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Summer Entertainment and Fireworks Portrush

Ramore Head, Portrush, Antrim, BT56 8FH
Fireworks light up the sky above Ramore Head
  • Fireworks light up the sky above Ramore Head
  • Fireworks burst to life above the sea and rocks
  • Fireworks burst to life above the sea and rocks

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A brilliant free outdoor summer event for all the family takes place in Portrush this August.

Enjoy an evening of live music and family entertainment, followed by an amazing fireworks extravaganza!

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Season (10 Aug 2024)
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